One L

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Putnam, 1977 - Law - 300 pages
239 Reviews
The law-student author recounts the workload, conflicts, pressures, anxieties, relationships, and educational content of the critical and difficult first year at Harvard's prestigious and demanding law school

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He's a wonderful writer in any genre. - Goodreads
A great insight into law school. - Goodreads
Turow's prose is clean and st - Goodreads
It gave me great insight into my near future. - Goodreads
... insight into the world of Harvard law. - Goodreads
Turow should stick to writing fiction. - Goodreads

Review: One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School

User Review  - Evelynn Passino - Goodreads

An attorney recommended this book to me when I was mulling over whether to go to law school. At the time I was studying for the LSAT, so I left this book as sort of a reward for my struggles. When I ... Read full review

Review: One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

This book and I didn't mesh too well. I'm giving it a 2 because he does have some very smart thoughts about law which come out at the end. Most of the time though the narrator comes of as whiney and ... Read full review

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